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Humans & Environmental Change: Where Are We Headed? (3.5 million years in an hour)

Humans & Environmental Change: Where Are We Headed? (3.5 million years in an hour)

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Concluding lecture for an Intro to Environmental Studies course. Focuses on the long view of human history and aims to understand our current position and where we're headed in light of past transformations.
Note: Ancestral Lines chart on second slide from Bruce MacEvoy's "Human Evolution" (http://www.handprint.com/LS/ANC/evol.html)
Concluding lecture for an Intro to Environmental Studies course. Focuses on the long view of human history and aims to understand our current position and where we're headed in light of past transformations.
Note: Ancestral Lines chart on second slide from Bruce MacEvoy's "Human Evolution" (http://www.handprint.com/LS/ANC/evol.html)

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Humans & Environmental Change:Where Are We Headed?
(3.5 million years in an hour)
Steve ZavestoskiHumans & Environmental Change (ENVA 109)Fall 2010University of San Francisco
 
Howard Rheingold: Way-new Collaboration
The history of humans is a history of constantly accelerating acquisition ofnew technologies, including:energytransportationcommunicationThese technologies transform all aspects of human existence:social organization (family structure, dominant groups, norms, values,beliefs, etc.)governmenteconomics

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